Santiago, Chile – April 2015
I’m on my way to a job interview. A real job. The kind where you’re paid in local currency instead of breakfast leftovers. The kind where you don’t pretend to be a tourist when the police show up.
Forgive the hyperbole, but potentially having a legitimate job and a steady place to stay feels like I may be turning the final corner of this dodecahedron voyage that’s had me working in seven countries and visiting countless others over the past year.
I spent some time this morning preparing my dress shoes by adding black laces, hung a shirt over the shower rod hoping the steam would remove the wrinkles, and am feeling more confident than I probably should.
Here’s to hoping I understand both their Spanish & when to keep my mouth shut. Good luck?
My dress shoes. Also, my hiking, running, exploring, dancing, and any other time that sandals won’t work shoes
Chapter One: Working my way through South America, 2014.
Chapter Two: Working and exploring the Middle East, 2015.
Chapter Three: Living in Santiago???